Thursday, 14 Oct 2021
Join authors Kris Renn and Bob Reason for a discussion of what's new in research and theory about college students in the US. They will provide an overview of the content of the second edition of their popular book College Students in the US, present highlights of the latest information about college students, and offer insight on how higher education institutions can & should promote student success defined as learning, development & wellbeing.
Understanding soil organic matter turnover from studying interactions with soil minerals
"An Evaluation of Unemployment Insurance Work Search Requirements: A Wisconsin Case Study"
Aerospace engineering alumni and Boeing employees Kristin Crawford and Matthew England will share how Boeing engages them in innovation on the job, and what skills they learned -- and continue to learn -- about using innovative mindsets in their careers. Registration required.
Iowa State vs. Texas Tech.
Adela and her husband, Juan, live in Texas, where he works as a ranch hand for the wealthy Tucker family. Juan impresses the Tucker patriarch, Caleb, but that fuels the jealous anger of his son, Dylan. On the morning after the Purge, a masked gang of killers attacks the Tuckers, forcing both families to band together and fight back as the country spirals into chaos.
The use of methamphetamine across rural areas in the United States has led to increased "cultural anxiety" about the drug and those who consume it. The general narrative of meth use has been heavily influenced by popular television programs and pervasive anti-meth campaigns. Using data from a two-year photo-ethnography Heith Copes provides a considered, contextualized portrait of those who live in rural poverty.
A reverent nod to "Our Town," this play follows a group of young people in the town of Corners Grove from high school into adulthood as they deal with leaving home, falling in love, gender identity, and the death of Whitney Houston. Contains adult content and language.
After a three year hiatus, RIVVRS returns with brand new album "Start Living" - a raw, vulnerable collection of alternative folk songs about the struggles that come with addiction, mental health, and sober recovery. RIVVRS first gained recognition with his 2016 single "I Will Follow You" which landed at No. 3 on the iTunes Singer/Songwriter Chart and saw more than 15-million streams and multiple features across TV and film.